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Brain scans, blood samples, and other diagnostic tests could one day direct doctors to the best treatments for depression patients and uncover the biological basis of the condition.
Those with higher levels of a particular molecule were found to be more likely to die of heart disease or cancer in the next dozen years.
A number of dual-action antibodies are in clinical trials for fighting cancer.
Its new chip could be used in easy and cheap diagnostic tests.
A device helps to pair patients with the right antidepressant.
New diagnosis methods could reduce invasive and unnecessary surgery.
Scientists are making progress toward a quick test to gauge head-injury severity.
A prototype device employs the same magnetic phenomenon used to write data to computer hard drives.
Sensors could one day diagnose and treat a soldier’s injuries.